Discussion in 'Attention Seekers' started by skrinkle, Feb 13, 2018.
But no one has replied yet and one person says they haven’t received it yet what’s the deal
It's Tuesday the 13th. Dun dun dunnnnnnnnn
Yesterday was a holiday.
Important email? Do tell
Email doesn’t work on holidays? Rofl
I'm suggesting if it's important as you claim it's probably work related or government related. Hence no reply.
she already said the recipient told her they didnt receive the email so the holiday thing is a non-issue atm. when this happens to me i check my outbox
Sometimes emails are silly billies
She only said one person told her that they haven't receivied it which means she sent it to multiple individuals.
the reason no one has replied is likely because no one has received
Or maybe they don't reply right away
so.. assuming she c.c'd several individuals it'd be a safe bet that if one didnt receive, the others didnt as well
My bf says it’s because I sent it from my phone wtf
Lol dafaq. I send emails from my phone daily. Rarely have an issue.
On mobile i cant sent emails at all it says im not logged in lol
actually jist heard from someone on friday that their emails get bunged up on their phone too weird
Maybe they're airing you because they don't like you
I had a problem with email from phone before. I sent it when I was out and it looked as if it sent, but it was sitting there pending. It didn't automatically send when I was back in wifi, I had to manually hit resend. So if you haven't already checked your outbox/sent/pending whatever, I would double check there. Emails that you successfully send out but aren't successfully delivered will bounce back and you will get a notification in your inbox that it couldn't be received. If you are using hotmail or similar there is a reasonable chance that these people need to check their junkmail. Those are my thoughts
Could there be email address typos? Sometimes it’s hard to tell on a phone screen that it went to jerk@random,domain instead of @random.domain
In which case it would bounce back, unless the typo is actually someone else email I guess.
True, not all servers are nicer enough to send back undeliverable notices sadly
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